Page Loading... please wait!

This message not going away?
Ensure Javascript is on and click the box
Unregistered? Register for a user account. Home :: Online Shop :: Downloads :: Forum   

Choose country

France United States



How many distributions should we describe in one magazine?

[ Results | Polls ]

Votes: 599
Comments: 0

New release: Linux Identity Pack - The Best of Linux

Posted by: Admin on Aug 06, 2013 - 11:28 AM

The GNU/Linux world is full of various desktop offers, either heavyweight like KDE or GNOME, or lighter with LXDE, and there is no doubt that many niche markets will be more easily addressed with our operating system than with any other ones. One must also keep in mind that the desktop market, even if less active recently, is still the one driving innovation, so Ubuntu and Android are not the only solutions to consider. In order to verify which approach will be your next all-in-one operating system answering each of your needs, we offer you in this magazine the possibility to explore how the most prominent operating systems envision the desktop experience.

You can explore how Linux Mint simplifies and extends the desktop to address easily yet efficiently the Ubuntu base, how Mageia, throughout its ever increasing community, answers to the users needs. If you are prone to testing latest technologies, or explore more deeply the system, you will find a good answer with Fedora or openSUSE.

So get your game on!


  • What is the best distribution for your needs?
  • Five distributions to the bench
  • Installing Fedora 19
  • Network Design and Implementation with Fedora 19
  • Schrödinger's Cat is here
  • Install Mageia 3
  • Steam under Mageia
  • Installing Linux Mint 15
  • Sparkly Shiny Git
  • Installing openSUSE 12.3
  • Be a Zypper Power User
  • Installing Ubuntu 13.04
  • Your own Cloud

Magazine properties: title line: Linux Identity Pack; issue: 9; pages: 68; DVD attached: 1; price (US): $14.99

Linux Identity Pack - The Best of Linux | Log-in or register a new user account | 0 Comments
Comments are statements made by the person that posted them.
They do not necessarily represent the opinions of the site editor.


You are currently not logged in, but you can still subscribe to our newsletter.

Subscribe Now!

On sale


There are 6 unlogged users and 0 registered users online.

You can log-in or register for a user account here.



 Log in Problems?
 New User? Sign Up!

Linux Identity Set

Linux Identity Office

Linux Identity Set

Linux Identity Office

Linux Identity Kit

Linux Identity Set